2018 SSEP Students: Jobs and Internships

SSEP has a legacy of students going on to work in the leading edge of industry. For the 2017/2018 academic year, SSEP students are going on to:

  • Carie Navio - Computer Engineering - Lockheed Martin: Carie is the lead for the IMG and CDH subsystems of the ARC2 satellite. She is graduating this Spring and will be working for Lockheed Martin in Fort Worth, Texas as a software engineer in Skunk Works Division.
  • Brandt Lomen - Electrical Engineering - BAE Systems Inc.: Brandt is project lead for PSI. He is graduating this Spring and will be working for BAE Systems in Nashua, New Hampshire as an electrical engineer.
  • Michael Geyer - Electrical Engineering - Lockheed Martin: Michael is part of the COMM team for the ARC2 satellite. He is graduating this spring and will be working for Lockheed Martin in Owego, New York as a Radio Frequency Hardware Engineer.
  • Katie Aikens - Mechanical Engineering - Boeing: Katie is the Lead Mechanical for SSEP. She is graduating this Spring and will be working for Boeing in Tukwila, Washington as a technology and innovation engineer.
  • Morgan Johnson - Electrical Engineering - NIST: Morgan is the SSEP Lab Manager, and lead of the LEDL subsystem of ARC. After this Spring, she will be going to NIST to design a biomedical suit for emergency response personnel.
  • Jordan O'Dell - Electrical Engineering - NASA Marshall: Jordan is the Lead Electrical for SSEP, and a first year graduate student. He began a Pathways internship at Marshall Space Flight Center this Spring, and will be returning to work for SSEP this summer.
  • Justin Long - Electrical Engineering - NASA Goddard: Justin is a first year graduate student developing a phased array antenna for the advanced communication platform. He will be continuing his research at NASA Goddard this summer.
  • Sasha Wessels - Electrical Engineering - Graduate School: Sasha is working a CubeSat prototyping platform. He is graduating this Spring and will be going to graduate school in the United Kingdom.
  • Robert Miller - Mechanical Engineering - NASA JPL: Robert is the project lead for DARS. He graduated in Fall, and is interning at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratories with the Project Formulation Division. He will be attending graduate school at the University of Southern California, studying Astronautical Engineering.